Personnel file

Personnel File local hires and promotions: Week of May 12

May 12, 2014 


Central Bank: John Finley has joined the bank as senior vice president, private banking. Karen Hartig has been named vice president, private banking. Finley and Hartig join Larry Luebbers to create the Northern Kentucky Private Banking Group, with headquarters in the Turfway Banking Center. Troy Fedders has joined the bank as vice president, retail officer. He will manage the Ft. Mitchell Central Bank location.

Community Trust Bancorp: C. Wayne Hancock has been promoted to executive vice president/senior staff attorney. Hancock joined Community Trust in 2008 and previously held the position of senior vice president.

Traditional Bank: Jody Caldwell has been promoted to vice president managed assets officer. Laura Fraley has been promoted to vice president compliance officer. Lynne Cecil has been promoted to assistant vice president branch administrator. Mike Haggard has been named assistant vice president commercial loan officer. Jordan Parker has been promoted to assistant vice president client relationship officer. Carter Offutt has been named commercial loan officer. Tiffany Chewning has been promoted to marketing officer. Chas Sargeant has been named portfolio manager/officer.

Health care

Stratton Eyes: Jennifer B. Compton has joined the staff of the eye care practice. She attended the University of Alabama at Birmingham School of Optometry where she earned her Doctor of Optometry degree in 2008. She is a member of both the American Optometric and Kentucky Optometric Associations.


PMI Bluegrass Chapter: Suresh Adhikari has been newly elected to the 2014 board of directors as assistant vice president, programs.


Dean Builds: Chris Allen, has joined the company as executive vice president with the primary responsibility of opening a new office for the industrial construction company Dean Builds in Birmingham, Ala. Prior to joining Dean Builds, Allen spent 10 years as executive vice president of Gray Construction's automotive division.

Lexington-Fayette Urban County Government: Brad Chambers has been named director of the Division of Parks and Recreation. Chambers succeeds Jerry Hancock, who retired last November.

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Compiled by Dorothea Wingo

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